TRUCK BUMPS INTO CITY BUS
The New York Times
December 24, 1922
Passengers Knocked to Floor and Two Treated by Ambulance Surgeon
A seven-ton truck driven by Frank Emilie of 13 Macdougal Street bumped into a city bus at Elizabeth and Spring Streets last night, knocking passengers to the floor and injuring two so severely that they were attended by an ambulance surgeon. The bus was driven by Benjamin Zabolinsky of 58 Gouverneur Street.
Those injured were Fannie Strovisky of 555 Southern Boulevard, the Bronx, and Benajmin Liskowitz of 22 Ridge Street. Emilie was arrested on a charge of reckless driving.
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